Ghanaian International, Daniel Afriyie Barnieh was in top form when his side, FC Zurich claimed an away win against Lugano in the Swiss League.
The former Hearts Of Oak talisman was given a starting berth and he contributed his quota to give his team a resounding away win.
FC Zurich went into the half time break with a 2-0 lead courtesy, goals from Jonathan Okita of DR Congo who scored in the 14th minute of the game and the second goal by Lindrit Kamberi.
Afriyie Barnieh contributed his part in the 88th minute of the game where he set up Antonio Marchesano for the third goal to seal the victory.
Barnieh, 22, has become an integral part of the FC Zurich squad, scoring two and assisting two in 14 matches played this season.
The former Hearts Of Oak captain joined FC Zurich early this year after a series of performance in the Ghana Top flight league, GPL.